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Ok to abort children with disabilities, father of child with disabilities insists

By Dave Andrusko Having graduated from the University of Minnesota and done master’s work in journalism there, I have a fond spot in my heart for my alma mater. The two years I wrote for the student

New Video game expedites having an abortion

By Dave Andrusko The abortion industry and their legion of supporters/defenders are nothing if not clever. Here’s a new twist, at least new to me. Wikipedia describes the Daily Dot as “a digital media company covering Internet

Billboard campaign spins abortion as a ‘good parenting decision’ and ‘a blessing’

By Fr. Mark Hodges CLEVELAND, Ohio, January 4, 2018 — Ohio’s largest abortion business wants to improve its product image without showing its product. “Abortion Positive” billboards are going up all over Cleveland, the home of abortuary

Man pushes partner’s abortion: “I literally have skin in the game”

By Sarah Terzo Josh Healey, who got his partner pregnant, wanted her to have an abortion even though she initially wanted to have the baby. Healey says: “I knew this was a woman’s right and that I

Pro-abortionists tell one another to stop the “‘awfulization’ of abortion and embrace it as a social good.”

By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers will come together to rally in cities, state capitals, and in Washington, DC to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the disastrous January 22, 1973, Roe v. Wade decision. A handful of pro-abortionists will

PPFA’s disinformation cloaked in the disguise of “correcting misinformation”

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday Dr. Randall K. O’Bannon, NRLC director of Education & Research, provided readers with a preliminary analysis of Planned Parenthood’s latest annual report. He will revisit “The 2016-17 Annual Report of the Planned Parenthood

Don’t make disability an issue in abortion debate, says Irish health minister

Simon Harris “abhors” abortion for disability–but not all disabilities By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Irish health minister Simon Harris has “warned” campaigners not to make non-fatal disability an issue during the referendum on

Father tells story of how he encouraged his wife to abort to persuade others to choose life

By Sarah Terzo Patrick B Keefe wrote a book about the abortion he encouraged his wife to have over 20 years ago. He grieves for his child and wants others to know how painful abortion is for

The Making of a Milestone

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation 2016 turned out to be a milestone year in the history of abortion in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The year brought the lowest number of abortions ever recorded in

Why abortion is different from other political issues

By Paul Stark When voters decide which candidates to elect to public office, they often consider a range of important political issues. But not all issues should carry the same weight. Abortion is different from other issues

“They all had sadness in their eyes,” former clinic worker says

By Sarah Terzo On January 22, 2012, a former clinic worker named Clarissa gave her testimony before a church congregation. Her speech appears on YouTube. Clarissa became involved in abortion work almost by accident. She explains: “I

Good News for Mothers and Babies as Abortions Decrease in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. –The annual number of abortions has declined in Pennsylvania, bringing them to their lowest level ever recorded in the Commonwealth, according to figures released by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The figures show that, in